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People Pleaser: Carmel Library Powers Up Reno with Renewable Solar

People Pleaser: Carmel Library Powers Up Reno with Renewable Solar

Less than a week after the grand re-opening of the Carmel Clay Public Library and its director, Bob Swanay, is already looking forward to his next project: adding a solar array to the library’s roof. “Sustainability has always been part of the library’s vision,” Swanay says. “Everything about the library has been re-imagined and that…

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How Should Indiana Spend Its $1.28B in American Rescue Plan Dollars? Here’s a Suggestion: Power Wastewater Plants with Solar.

How Should Indiana Spend Its $1.28B in American Rescue Plan Dollars? Here’s a Suggestion: Power Wastewater Plants with Solar.

When I wrote about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 two weeks ago, I felt like we’d all just hit the lottery. Think about it: there is now $350 billion available to help states, counties, and cities recover from the pandemic. The one big question is: How are we going to spend these…

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Pandemic Opportunity: Make Schools Healthier for Students, More Affordable for Communities with Solar Power

Pandemic Opportunity: Make Schools Healthier for Students, More Affordable for Communities with Solar Power

Across the United States, schools and college campuses are uncharacteristically silent, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. It seems odd there are no proms, no spring pageants, no baseball or softball, no graduations. What there is plenty of is time to reflect on the new “normal” and how best to protect the health of students, teachers,…

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